Oct 4, 2007

Week 4 Power Rankings

  1. Indianapolis Colts (4-0): Beat Denver, but a few key players are nursing injuries.
  2. New England Patriots (4-0): Probably the #1 team in the NFL right now, but until they beat the defending champs, they have to settle for #2.
  3. Dallas Cowboys (4-0): The legend of Tony Romo is growing (according to ESPN), let's see him win some playoff games before we anoint him as Montana or Young.
  4. Green Bay Packers (4-0): Brett Favre is the man. He looks like he could play 5 more years, and he might.
  5. Seattle Seahawks (3-1): Seattle is playing consistent and sitting on top of their disappointing division.
  6. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1): The former Pittsburgh coordinators in Arizona showed that they know a thing or two about the Steelers.
  7. Tennessee Titans (2-1): Vince Young needs to quit worrying about the Heisman Trophy and Reggie Bush, he's in the NFL now.
  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1): The NFC South looks like it belongs to the Bucs, but injuries will bring them down a bit.
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1): Had a bye week and moved into the Top 10.
  10. Detroit Lions (3-1): The league's top passing offense. Would you expect anything less from Mike Martz?
  11. Denver Broncos (2-2): Still don't have the talent to hang with the Colts.
  12. Washington Redskins (2-1): Used the bye week to hide Clinton Portis' injured knee.
  13. New York Giants (2-2): After basically not showing up the first two weeks, the Giants defense is making a statement.
  14. San Diego Chargers (1-3): Fans are already calling for Norv Turner to be fired, after only 4 games played.
  15. Arizona Cardinals (2-2): Two QB system in the NFL. How long will this last?
  16. Baltimore Ravens (2-2): Steve McNair showing his age and his injuries.
  17. Chicago Bears (1-3): Griese or Grossman...doesn't matter, same results.
  18. Oakland Raiders (2-2): Dante Culpepper's 5 touchdown day helped him show Miami what he could do.
  19. Houston Texans (2-2): Tough loss to the previously unbeaten Falcons. Injuries are starting to add up, especially at WR.
  20. Cleveland Browns (2-2): Don't look now, but the Browns are making some noise.
  21. Carolina Panthers (2-2): QB David Carr gets the start this weekend, how many times will he get sacked?
  22. Philadelphia Eagles (1-3): Giving up 12+ sacks is just ridiculous.
  23. San Francisco 49ers (2-2): QB Alex Smith injured his shoulder and give way to veteran Trent Dilfer.
  24. Kansas City Chiefs (2-2): Two wins in a row for KC, are they starting to put it together?
  25. Cincinnati Bengals (1-3): Oucho Cinco isn't happy, how much of a distraction will he be?
  26. Minnesota Vikings (1-3): Andrian Peterson is running away with Rookie of the Year.
  27. New York Jets (1-3): Despite putting up good stats, Pennington and the Jets fell to the Bills.
  28. New Orleans Saints (0-3): Can Reggie Bush step up and fill Deuce's big shoes?
  29. Atlanta Falcons (1-3): Joey Harrington looked legit and the Falcons picked up their first victory.
  30. Buffalo Bills (1-3): Trent Edwards or JP Losman? Does anyone really care?
  31. Miami Dolphins (0-4): Another former Dolphin QB outplays the current one.
  32. St. Louis Rams (0-4): Marc Bulger injuries and poor play have spurned a Gus Ferotte sighting.

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